I can't know for sure, but I think these are the games she's talking about: Hotel 626. From that page you can
get to the original game and the sequel. They were made as an advergame for Doritos, but I don't know how they were supposed to make you want to eat
gota good one... Manhunt 2 for the we mentalhospital escapee . bezting people whith pipes shivs machetes bats ect
but with 6he wii you litteraly have stab slice and swing after a while the insane amounts of headchoping make you feel weird! hearing ppl be
tourtuerd is what made me turn it off for good-oh yeah and cuts to security cams of you killing your enimes:bash:
Resident Evil 1 and most of the Silent Hill series did a number on me when they came out. Recently, and for some strange reason, Dead Space gets to
me. I can't play for more than 5-10 minutes and I'm already on the edge of my seat and in fear. Not sure why, but it freaks me the hell out.:bash:
The first game I ever played that scared me was Rescue on Fractalus on my Atari 800, I guess I was about 7 or 8 when I was playing it, but watching
this YouTube movie still sent a little shiver down my spine.
You had to land on a planet to rescue stranded astonauts, but sometimes the astronauts turned out to be aliens!
I will let the sheer spine chilling horror of the video speak for itself!
THEY are the scariest games ever made in my opinion.
You play various characters of a small time period in a remote japanese village. The village (lo and behold) turns out to be cursed by a cult, and
when the air raid siren starts sounding - the cursed inhabitants turn crazy - psychotically muttering to themselves, dragging blades across walls and
occasionally laughing to themselves as they pursue you through streets , rooms, buildings and forests...
Most of the time you don't even have a weapon.
Later in the game one or two of the main characters develop a psychic ability to 'view' through they eyes of any nearby creatures (including the
demented villagers) and you hear the thoughts and desires of the insane as they rummage around trying to search for you.
Resident Evil 2 had some scares in it and I jumped quit a few times although as much as I love the series the subsequent games got less scary and more
just shoot your way through. The first two Silent Hill games freaked me out pretty good though and I love them for it. There was a time during the
first game when I had a certain portion of the school cleared out of monsters but I was missing something and couldn't progress any further. Well I
was tired and wound up falling asleep while playing. I remember I would wake up for a few seconds as my character was wondering the halls aimlessly
and fall back to sleep, wake up and fall asleep. I think I was dreaming of it too but I'm not sure. This went on for a while, at the time half asleep
it felt like I was really in the game. Things like that almost never happen although I wish they would. When I'm into something I'm all in, I let it
take over but I've never had anything feel like it was becoming real like that one night with Silent Hill and I'll always love that game for it.
edit on 12-9-2010 by bigern because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by divinetragedy79
Dead Space gets to me. I can't play for more than 5-10 minutes and I'm already on the edge of my seat and in fear. Not sure why, but it freaks me
the hell out.:bash:
My brother told me it's the scariest game he's played.
My Nephew wouldn't even finish it saying it was just too scary.
I haven't played it yet, but I will as soon as I can get it from my bro.
I would say RE1/RE2, Parasite eve 1 and 2, silent hill..... I was a teenager playing these games at night and I even got the creeps sometimes....
Dead Space is one of my current favorites of the genre they kinda brought that old feel I used to get back in the day, and dead space 2 is right
around the corner... check out the demo of it on youtube it's looking pretty good to me already....
I used to play a lot of horror games.And then i played "Call of Cthulhu:dark corners of the earth".There were times that i had to pause the game
because my hands were too shaky to play and my heartbeat too high.After that game F.E.A.R. and Silent Hill were just a stroll in the park.
I recommend this game 100%,it's one of the best games i've ever played.Especially to the Lovecraft fans.
For me it has to be DOOM3 on the original xbox. I could not play that game in the dark it gave me the creeps, don't think I've ever jumped out of my
skin so much!
It instilled a morbid curiosity to turn the next corner and even though you were prepared to jump, you would turn the corner and everything will be
fine, so you relax a bit, you head for the next room all calm then WHAM...... zombie in the face, but these weren't just any zombies, they had seen
hell and that's where you were heading!
A game that actually took you to hell and scared the bejeezus out of on the way. It was the atmosphere it created, the surround sound effect of demons
whispering to you from behind was awesome. Most of it was in the dark, lit only by your flashlight or the occasional interdimensional demonic symbol
light show that came with built in screams that lasted one or two seconds. This game caught me off guard throughout. I was so glad when I finished it,
I gave it to a friend to keep and it came with instructions to play it loud and in the dark and on his own. I didn't see him for a week but when we
hooked up for a game of pool at the pub he expressed some serious concern for his now damaged psyche, he was unable to finish it because it disturbed
him so much!
I dread to think what would happen if an old age pensioner decided to try out video gaming and chose this as their first game. It would surely be
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